Birds Eye View, the latest single from The Lyonz, and I have to admit that it does sound like a catchy tune. Adam Humphries reviews.
For a track that is 4 minutes and 25 seconds long, it is not altogether that bad, but it is one of those things where the first vocal you hear wouldn’t sound like the sort you’d probably associate with some types of song. Think Mike Skinner from The Streets singing to 90’s American Hip-Hop, but either way, Anthony Salvo does have a voice that glides in with ease and puts Terrell McLeod’s vocals in the mix and it all comes together. Ironically, it’s about love and looking through the past but from a bird’s eye perspective.
The second gem from their third EP, Strangers in the Endless doesn’t have the same type of groove as Birds Eye but non-the-less has its own dark feel and contains a slightly gritty subject matter. Ironically, the song gives its take on social media and how it affects our everyday lives such as the emptiness and how it influences practically half of our lives. We talk to strangers we don’t know even though we barely know them and we influenced by what they say to us and how. For a track that’s 2 minutes and 59 seconds long it’s actually really good.
If you want to see the video for Birds Eye View, go to the link below. It’s not too bad and supposedly is meant to give off the bird’s eye view.